The precision of the movement is stunning, its repetition hypnotic. She thrusts her head forward a million times, she spins round and round a million times. All the way to drunkenness. Hers and the spectator’s. Tribune de Genève
Generous by nature, the dancer constantly remains in touch with her audience … this has to be seen as a moment of sharing through dance and music, mutually complementing each other in this particular alchemy that is the essence of the moment experienced as a community. Infero Magazine
The performance Lisbeth Gruwez dances Bob Dylan shows again how each idea that Lisbeth Gruwez puts into body language makes a lasting impression. (…) There is a fine balance between the world-famous music of the songwriter and the personal physical translation by Gruwez, matching each other in intensity. No need to be a fan or connoisseur of Bob Dylan for Lisbeth Gruwez dances Bob Dylan. With her force Gruwez will surely pull you along. Theaterkrant
The Belgian dancer and choreographer Lisbeth Gruvez was recently at Black Box teater during Oslo Internasjonale Teaterfestival in 2013 with the critically acclaimed performance It’s going to get worse and worse and worse, my friend. Gruwez has previously worked closely with artists such as Jan Fabre and Needcompany. She also choreographed and danced with Juliette Lewis in a music video for the band Juliette & the Licks. Gruwez together with composer Maarten Van Cauwenberghe are the founders of Voetvolk, and has established themselves as an intelligent and articulate company who cut and paste music and movement with a sharp street style. In this performance Maarten plays Bob Dylan songs on vinyl and Lisbeth dances.
Lisbeth Gruwez dances Bob Dylan is pure, minimalistic and takes you to that place where the evening fades into the night, where the party ends and guests go home, where one individual is left on the dancefloor, undisturbed, lost in a dialogue with music.
Double ticket for Lisbeth Gruwez and Dana Michel: